Capture screen to record 360º spheres (Android)

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  1. Fireupman Fireupman

    Part of the capture UI before you start capturing.

    11 months ago

  2. Avinash Tripathi Avinash Tripathi

    very cool!

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    11 months ago

  3. Jivaldi Jivaldi

    Looks nice Fireupman. :)

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    11 months ago

  4. Alex Botic Alex Botic

    It's good and all but thats ICS UI if I'm not mistaken. Jellybean doesn't use the same UI. The one thing that gave me that impression was the on/off button. Get rid of that diagonally cut shape.
    At least my S3 doesn't have them.

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    11 months ago

  5. Anthony Nguyen Anthony Nguyen

    Really love how bold that big blue button is. Really draws me in and makes me want to press it

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    11 months ago

  6. alexf alexf

    I hope to be able to design hands in that detail one day. nice work! x

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    11 months ago

  7. Joel Yoder Joel Yoder

    @Alex Botic Is right that in settings panels and such on Jellybean, the switches are square with no angles. However, the mockup above is following the visual guidelines correctly, so I don't see it being an issue. http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/ui/controls/togglebutton.html

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    11 months ago

  8. Alex Botic Alex Botic

    @Joel Yoder I was pointing it out since his designs are uber. молодец @Fireupman !

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    10 months ago

  9. Fireupman Fireupman

    @Alex Botic @Joel Yoder Thanks, i fix it in actual implementation. Just love diagonal toggle. Thanks for actual review!

    10 months ago

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